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it better? >> you used to hear about the radiation burns. now because of the technology in terms of higher energy and some of the other things we do, especially at the university of maryland, making sure the lung and heart have decreased, potion shushing the patients tolerate it better. people can work their jobs full-time while getting treatment. >> it's amazing. >> tell us about some of the new technology. >> we've developed a first of its kind technology, undergoing fda testing right now. it's called the gamma pod. it will be the first machine able to deliver high dose raidcation to early stage breast tumors. what we predict is we will have gone from patients having to have mastectomies to patients can have lumpectomies and with the gamma pod, patients will not even need surgery, which will be really need. their treatments, instead of five, seven weeks, because of the gamma pods, the patient will need one, two, maybe three treatments and they're done. >> doctor, thank you very much for joining us. we want to let you know, we will be taking your call. there's also an opportunity for you
're not the only ones pondering the concept, pea pod got the idea for the aisles from the technology overseas. the grocery list of apps is a growing market offering consumers from coupons to shopping lists. >>> get ready to pay more if you mail out any type of letters, starting in january a first class stamp will go up to 46 cents and up one penny. the postal service will maze the rates on priority mail services. the regulatory commission will review the prices and before it is effective. something new this year. and for 1.10. you can mail it anywhere in the world. >> hot topic for voters next month. one of the oldest civil rights group was they are saying about same-sex marriage. you made up your mind not to go to work. do you have an excuse? we'll tell you some of the most ridiculous excuses some bosses have heard. >>> and information on your mobile phone, you can get the temperature where you live in the neighborhood and you can track rain. that's what we're doing at the we have a game tonight against the yankees f you want the information just go to our app store and down load the app. i'
-sixth. it said the company is adopting new online technology just like its customers. >>> liam neeson action film single was tops at the box office this weekend doing twice twice the business, the take for "taken 2" was 50 million bucks. meanwhile, "hotel transylvania" checked in at $27 million and "pitch perfect at $17 million. >> even if you don't like the message, it needs to get out there about travesties around the globe. >>> when we come back, see a wedding party turn into one ugly mess. the camera was rolling as a drawn brawl turned deadly. >>> also, an important new clue this morning in a desperate search for a girl who disappeared simply trying to make her way to school. i love this time of year. it's like its own new beginning. it's all about change. the kids are going back to school, it's the perfect time to get back to you. to do something for yourself. a perfect time to join weight watchers. you spend your life taking care of others, why not take this time to take care of you? why not join weight watchers and start losing weight and feeling good, right now? you deserve it. you just g
, it works on bluetooth technology. why it will work fwhel an airport, it follows you around. you don't have the to carry it around. >> in an airport, a lot of people. >> this doesn't have a way of detecting it anyone's in front of it or the user. it might run into people. right now just a design created. once they work on it a bit, it could be really improved and could be really cool technology you might want. >>> this next video is a bit of a lullaby, of sorts. the an mma fight in russia. going at it. pretty hard core. watch this. >> good night! >> that happened so fast. >> that he gave him one more for good measure. >> to make sure he was truly asleep. watch that again. this guy looks like he's going low and does some sort of kick. right upside the head. this guy is done. the ref motions to the ring side, calls the doctor in. >> yeah, yeah. because he's bleeding fast. >> did you see his fast after kicked in the face? completely stun. >> from one guy knocking out another guy to a video of a guy knocking himself out. the university versus western kentucky university. minutes into the game h
to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ we'veit's something you're long teborn with. we've got to think long term. and inspires the things you choose to do. you do what you do... because it matters. at hp we don't just believe in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. >>> back now with the roundtable. george will is off but we are joined by peggy noonan of "the wall street journal." paul krugman of "the new york times." jon karl and my favorite married couple, james carville and mary matalin. the debate right now, you could not have been tougher on president obama's performance in your column yesterday. >> yeah, i thought the president barely showed. i thought "the new yorker" covered the now famous "new yorker" cover in which t
but that doesn't mean you can't tryout some of the technology today. take the updated cruise control. >> it can bring the car to a sleet stop and start the car once traffic gets moving again. you could be in stop and go photograph kick not put your feet on the pedal. or warning that auto correct when you veer outside the lines, headlight that adapt too changing weather and new blind spot technology. >> it'll give you a warning in yummier otherrors. >> reporter: and they aren't just happening in the luxury market. when amy went new car shopping she realized she could get it for low price. >> it became a significant factor in picking a car. >> reporter: the car she picked is in the mid20s. >> the wind shield wiper also turn on as soon as it senses moisture on the wind shield. >> reporter: what could be wrong with that? some complain that all this help will help drivers at a disadvantage, the concern they could be just to relaxed. abc 2news. >> pretty cool. some car makers now working on car that will take over the wheel in an emergency. there are so many hurdles on the road toself driving ca
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a factory, adopting on line technology. even though critics didn't like take in two, the action film was tapped at the box office this weekend selling $50 million a ticket. that's twice as much as the original film. that's america's money, i'm paula farris.
to drill safely and responsibly, developing new technologies to reduce drilling noise. and dedicating a fleet of vessels designed to respond to a spill in 60 minutes, 24 hours a day. >> shell bent over backwards over the last five years to compromise here. >> reporter: and shell has found support in some unlikely corners. like bob reiss, an environmental writer who spent three years reporting on the battle for the arctic. >> i think if a company does bend over backwards, they ought to be rewarded for it. >> reporter: and that reward came directly from the obama administration, which gave shell the green light to start drilling. shell declined our request for an interview. but told us in an e-mail, the debate on whether to evaluate arctic energy resources is over. we are now focused on safe execution. but greenpeace says it's time to draw a line in the ice. they vow not to stop until all arctic drilling is banned permanently. >> you drill for oil, it's utter madness. >> reporter: earlier this year, activists disrupted operations on a russian rig for five days, despite being pummeled by
in technology, a physical pat down is still necessary in some cases. she went on to say we work to make our screening process as minimally invasive as possible while providing the level of security they want. the agent should have asked dietrich if she wanted a private pat down and the organization is investigating and if they have a medical condition they can fill out a notification card as a discreet way to tell them. the cards can be downloaded online. >>> two weeks from today you will be soaking your feet in epsom salt. thousands run and walk to raise money for breath cancer treatment and research for those in our area. we are a proud sponsor of the seventh there's plenty of time to get involved. the race happens sunday october 3 citizen -- 31st. >>> and we're thinking pink all month. we're partnering with the university of maryland cancer center for a special think pink house call segment. we're going to have medical experts in the studio taking your calls and that will happen from 5 until 6:30 tomorrow evening. >>> it's only october but we know what your kids are going to be asking fo
opportunities in the area of travel, technology, education, so there is fun, live entertainment on a main stage continuously indifferent genre's of music and it is a fun way of coming and getting valuable information. >> sure. it sounds great. thank you so much joanne. the baby boomer and senior expo 25th anniversary. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for joining us today on maryland's spotlight. >>> welcome to maryland's spotlight. i'm kim knight. the 25th anniversary of the senior expo is coming up in maryland in october and a heavy presence there will be st. joseph's medical center. one thing we'll touch on is diabetes and other health related issues. eva gonzalez, you're from the diabetes center. let's talk about diabetes and how baby boomers, how does that affect them. >> it affects them in that they are at higher risk not just because of the aging process, but obesity is driving the pref lense of type 2 and there are a lot of things we can do to inform people who are coming to the event but it is just important to know that those two things combined are definitely increasing the pref len
? >> so it's super easy to move these things. >> i'm using technology using counter weight. and like a really smooth-running kitchen, it's a pleasure to move just like that. >> yeah, it makes sense for your bed to go away when you're not using it because really your bed just takes up space when you're not sleeping. >> and how great is it that you don't have to go to your living room, it comes to you. >> you elevate the bedroom, zupgen lounge, his and hers storage, wine cellar, kitchen revealed. second bedroom, cinema surround and hot tub. >> i'm picturing myself having a nice glass of wine in my living room and all of a sudden my bedroom falls on my head and kills me. >>> we showed you this big canyon jump. now we've got the rider's viewpoint. >> oh, that's scary looking just from the start. >> see what the riders saw. unbelievable. next. >>> and it's a different picture of a country that many say is our enemy. >> this is really beautiful. >> see the place where life goes on like this, "right this minute." [ dog growls, barks ] bring your dog to work day... not our best idea. are bet
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/3 of technology executives think mitt romney would be better for the industry than obama. but the same survey finds that 3/4 expect the president to win reelection so far mr. obama is ahead in fund raising in sin coal vane. the force is with the hottest mobile game franchise and angry birds star worst will combine the bird with the popular movie franchise clothing costumes and action figures going on sale soon. those are the tech bites i am rob nelson. >>> you imagine jumping out of a plane 23 miles up in the air? of course. no one can the thought of it probably makes you cringe a little bit. a daredevil is stepping up to challenge. he is preparing for this month's daring stunt. get this he is going to create a sonic boom but not one you will hear because he is going to be traveling so fast. he will be free falling this is about 5 1/2 minutes before pulling the parachute to slow himself down. i can't help it. but i look at that and i read that and think what's wrong with him? >> you are not the only one. >> it's in his blood i guess. lynette charles joins because check on the weather and toda
the idea from technology overseas and the grocery list of apps seems to be a growing market offering help with things couple ons to shopping lists -- coupons. >> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> all right. good to be back with you. we have cold air on the way. friday night, tomorrow night, look at this. hartford, northern baltimore howard, all this with freeze watch. there will be a pretty thick frost come saturday morning early. if you are a baltimore marathoner, you may put on that one extra layer. i know you have a lot of heat when you run but it'll be a chilly start. in the meantime tonight not as bad. temperatures in the mid40s and down around 40 at daybreak tomorrow. certainly a cool start for the early morning drive as you hit the road. maybe grab the fleece but conditions will be fairly quiet. additional cloud cover tomorrow. look at the beautiful blue skies today. what a fantastic finish on the eastside as we look from ccbc. the tidewater marina, clear finish to the day. looking into cecil from hartford and kent island. always love to look at chesapeake bay. just a fa
the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> and finally tonight we can all replay those scenes in our head. jack and rose on the "titanic" riding the ship down and floating in the icy waters of the atlantic but what if there was something simple. what if there were a way jack could have been kept alive. enter a new experiment and a 13r50izing answer. abc's david wright explains. >> i promise. >> reporter: spoiler alert. in case you're the one person on the planet who hasn't seen "titanic" -- >> i'll never let go jack. >> reporter: jack doesn't make it. he freezes to death in the icy atlantic so that rose can survive. but was that as it had to be? >> hey, james. >> reporter: last night on the discovery channel "titanic" director james cameron turned to the mythbusters for help. >> these thousands of fans think i got it wrong and both could have been supported by the board and lived. this is what i want you to test. >> reporter: the mythbusters tried it first in a bathtub with little jack and rose dolls. then tried it for real in the open water. jack's first attempts to get aboard the b
toys and latest technology items is often in october, saving you money and time standing in long, cold lines. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >>> and coming up, they go 200 miles per hour on a razor's edge away from this. next, watch what happened in this car that has nascar legend dale earnhardt saying "enough." not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and with fidelity, getting back on track was easier than i thought. call or come in today to take control of your personal economy. get one-on-one help from america's retirement leader. throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. why use temporary treatments when you can prevent the acid that's causing it with prevacid24hr. with one pill prevacid24hr works at the source to pr
has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> and finally tonight, we're going to take you to a place where the sky is only the limit. abc's martha raddatz has been in war zones with four-star generals, covered the white house and questioned world leaders and presidents. and, of course, tomorrow she'll be moderating the first vice presidential debate tomorrow night. but right now, she's going to take us to meet one of america's most daring combat experts. the woman just named the first female leader of a fighter wing, 5,000 strong. >> reporter: it is one of the most fearsome fighter jets in the skies -- the f-15 strike eagle. and i could not be in more capable hands. colonel jeannie flynn leavitt is not only a decorated fighter pilot, she has broken through gender barriers few thought possible. he said, you realize you will be the first and there will be some attention. and i said, well, i don't want the attention. but i want to fly fighters more than anything. >> reporter: that was more than 20 years ago when she entered a world dominated by male swagger. >> the plaque for
're talking very fast. >> this is the best use of technology that i've ever seen. >> i'm nervous. >> i would like to introduce you to the espresso machine. >> is this a coffee machine or something that reads you books? >> neither. this is almost like an automatic printing press. this machine will print books on command in just minutes. entire books. >> you do know they sell books? >> this is really incredible, because at libraries, book store, you don't have the to worry, ah, man they don't have my favorite book. the book i came looking for. you go in, a catalog that could potentially consist of every book of written. it prints it out for you and you take it and you read it. >> now it's starting to make sense. >> you can walk up to this commuter terminal and type in like, "the great gatsby" and wait just a couple of minutes and you have it literally hot off the presses. >> you're supposed to have this in your house? >> we're talking about libraries, book store, places like that. >> any book, type in literally, like -- like -- like -- like -- you know -- >> he reads a lot. to tell us more abo
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announcer ] outlast your day any day. with secret's 48 hour odor protection technology. secret outlast. >>> well, there is nothing quite like a bit of cloak and dagger, especially on a wednesday hump day morning. this one, though, centers on the killing of a top al qaeda leader in yemen just over a year ago. >> it seems the lady in his life and a cia spy led to his downfall. abc's brian ross has the details. >> reporter: he evaded the u.s. for years, but a new report says his downfall may have been linked to his wife's shopping list for panteen shampoo, nivia, dove soap and other items not available in yemen. we have sent other people before and nothing really suited her taste, he wrote as he sent the list to someone he thought was a trusted al qaeda aide. the trusted aide says he was a spy. in an interview with a danish newspaper, morten storm, a danish convert to islam says he went to yemen and worked with the cia to help track and kill al-awlaki. >> he was a terrorist. he wanted to kill innocent people. >> reporter: storm was part of a radical group in europe. this was him in '05 at
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the technological advantages in the sport. the force was taken away from the driver, everybody did in the end walk away. >> no injuries at 200 miles an hour. >>> now, a story you might not expect to see at costco. everyone knows the warehouse chain is a great place to stock up on big discounts. costco is giving 60 million members the ultimate high-end shopping experience. abc areas john muller has the details. >> reporter: it is famous for stretching the family dollar from toilet paper to televisions, t-shirts to ht-bones. cost cote is the american staple. now the retailer is selling fine art on its website. >> costco sells just about anything, why not. >> reporter: a matis lithograph. and 2, 336 rolls of kirkland brand of toilet paper or 187 pounds of cashews. costco says it keeps the cost lower than most galleries by charging no more than a 14% markup. business is booming since listed weeks ago. if you go online, you notice these masterpieces are sold out. >> i like costco, for fine art, i'd rather be in person. >> they're a big company and i would trust buying fine art from them. >> reporter: t
in this era. we're trying to balance with all of technology. but i think it was endearing, you know, the alcoholic parties. i think every party i go to, if it's past 5:00. functions. by the time it gets there, you're jonesing for the wine. it's like, i understand them being there. but it's a hard one. if you have a drive, forget it. >> it's funny. speaking of the parenting issues, one of my favorite shows right now is "the middle." we see them with these issues. you're making a guest appearance. tell me about your rough-and-tumble character. >> i'm her neighbor. i'm a beer-drinking -- i'm not the epitome of a quality mom. my little kid's in cowboy boots and a diaper. and i drink beer and smoke cigarettes. and it's the antithesis of what i believe in. exactly, of course. >> we want to put you on the hot seat a little bit and ask you fun questions. you started so young. what do you like better? stage or screen, brooke? >> i'm going to say stage. >> i love the stage, too. best vacation destination? snow or sand? >> sand. you said that with such longing. what do you do more? texting or
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powerhouse. dan. yes? molÉ sauce. [ male announcer ] with ge's most advanced cooking technology, the cafÉ line takes food further. ♪ i don't have time for the flu. that's why i'm knocking things off my to-do list. vitamin d, done! hand sanitizer, done! hey, eric! i'm here for my flu shot. sorry, didn't make an appointment. well, you don't need one. whether it's flu shots or prescriptions, we continue to accept express scripts and medco plans. i'm bonnie, and this is my cvs. >>> and now, to the split that is rocking hollywood this morning. danny devito and rhea perlman announcing they are calling it quits after 30 years of marriage. they're the latest in the series of high-profile couples going their separate ways after decades together. abc's paula faris has the story. >> reporter: during their 30 years of marriage, danny devito and rhea perlman were one of hollywood's most adoring couples. >> love is the end of happiness. >> reporter: and eventually love. but monday, the couple known for sticking together, even in tinseltown, quietly announced they are separating. >> danny devito and r
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